How Foods Grow

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Whether eaten as a snack or part of a feast, food fills people's lives and bellies. But where does it come from, and how does it grow? Each title in this series explores one food and the unique way it goes from soil to table. Features include a table of contents, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, an index, and QR Codes that link to book-specific online resources. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Cody Koala is an imprint of Pop!, a division of ABDO.

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How Foods Grow (8 titles)
Cocoa Beans
Wild Rice
  • New! Fall 2024
  • New! Spring 2024
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Interest Level Kindergarten - Grade 3
Reading Level Grade 1
BISACS JNF014000, JNF037030
Genre Beginning Readers, Nonfiction
Subject Geography, Science & Technology, Social Studies
Copyright 2022
Division Pop!
Imprint Cody Koala
Language English
Number of Pages 24
Season 2021-08-01
ISBN 9781532169762, 9781098240691
Title Format Reinforced Library Bound Hardcovers, Anywhere eBooks
Graphics Full-color photographs
Dimensions 7.5 x 8.75
Lexile 0
Features Detailed maps, Glossary of key words, Index, Infographics, and Reviewed
Online Resources FREE! Pop! Books Online

How Foods Grow – School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

Cashew nuts are only part of the cashew plant, and peanuts grow underground? Readers will learn about these facts and more in this excellent introduction to how foods grow. The series focuses on New World crops that many children in the Americas will be familiar with, such as cocoa beans and pineapples. Engaging color photographs and connected video resources of the titular foods in various stages of growth, from seed to plate, work to reduce the objectification of foodstuffs. The inclusion of Indigenous growing methods, terminology, and recognition of pre-contact agricultural work is excellent in this series, especially in the Wild Rice book that looks at Anishinaabe harvesting. VERDICT Each title in this series works to teach young readers that things we eat don’t start on grocery store shelves, but are connected to the world around us with their own unique growth cycles.

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